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A short pillar with exellent climbing in the afternoon and evening sun. About 100 m tall. Short approach from the tent - you see it as the pillar to the right in the profile, looking down from the tent. An easy walking return by the easiest gully - third gully to the climbers right ("if it seems a bit steep, continue a bit further").


#1 Stonewall-opprøret 7 (6c) Eik Kolstrup, Johan Swärd (Trad, 3 pitches) A nice fingercrack is the main attraction. Steep ang challenging. A nice roof as the second pich.
#2 Mandelhockey 6- (6a) Eik Kolstrup, Jonas Jakobsen (Trad, 3 pitches) A really nice first pitch, and a strange second pitch, then scrabling.
#3 Super Flake 6- (6a)
Mayeul Marcadella, Patrick Stoll (Trad, 4 pitches, 2 ascents) A varied route in generally gentle terrain. First half follows the "stepped" huge dihedral and then aims for the "super flake". Descent: Follow the ridge southward until you reach a gully, which becomes a diagonal rock band, to scramble westward down to the Storstolpan slope. This route is not situated on the Brokebakveggen, but on the wall between Brokebakveggen and Helmaksveggen.